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    November 2, 2013
    8:00 - 8:30am PDT  

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district for giving me this award. i love what i do but it's a difficult job everyday i challenge myself and ask the to do the best. i'm also so critical of myself. i want to do the best everyday and moment. you know, we share on a day to day base it's great to hear we're doing a good job and mom i'm on tv. thank you (clapping.) yes. you are mr. moore >> attaboy. and you know was it will be streamed on line so you can go and watch yourself.
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so members of the board i want to call on principle of the one and only abraham lincoln to present the service award to ms. germany transmitted harris. thank you. okay. so i'll use the met for thought shiny floor. as a principle i love a shiny floor and with trudy i didn't the floors are so shiny you can see the reflection of the soul of the school and district. so i'll read some excerpts. she does an astounding job keeping the school clean. she works to help the structural
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programs she's virtually never absent and has a great deposition spent their chajd challenging work. she's offered full support of recycle and come posting program again, the school is over 2 thousand students. she's trained folks on bins and monitors them. she arranges bins for pickup. thank you to her. she's attended fault e facilitate meeting and shares food. she has four children two of which have congratulated from balboa high school
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(laughter) >> nobody's perfect and one student at the balboa so she's demonstrated professional commitment to the san francisco unified school district (clapping). >> congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> let's take our picture. >> thanks. >> thank you. (laughter). >> thank you. >> thank you.
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>> good evening i want to thank the board mechanics for selecting me for this award. i accept on behalf of the whole staff at the lincoln high school that go above and beyond on mentoring our students. our students are viewed as expended family so naturally we want the best for them educational and environmentally. i want to extend a special thanks to victor of custodian and helping me with the lincoln high. i want to express the thanks to my principle mr. payne. for creating an environment that
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fits high standards and helps everyone including our students as capable of - contributing and accountability. thanks good night >> (clapping). >> thank you. madam president and members of the board we would like to present a special tribute this evening or evening a colleague who passed away san francisco unified school district caveat and english learner advocate. her husband and daughter is here. is michelle here as well.
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the san francisco unified school district honor the memory of our educator and english advocate. during here career she was an administrator at the consult department and what is actively involved with the b cc and this latino america association. her continuous advocacy made a positive difference in our schools and community. we would like to present this to you, sir
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>> (clapping) >> on behalf of my family and myself we would like to thank the board and the san francisco unified school district for this recognition. thank you >> (clapping). >> excuse me. sorry where we're now on the student delegates report.
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>> we're going to be discussing the october 16th accounting safety meeting. at 5:30 we had the minutes proofed and we moved on to our business discussions. first representative shelf and aging less than and i provided a report to the rest of the student advisory council. and we we're baefk provided the voice at the conference and got to meet a lot of people that worked at the district and gave our entity then the executive
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director for the women of the city of san francisco the doctor came and gave a prevention on anti human trafficking presentation. we learned a lot about how human trafficking is the modern day slavery and san francisco is one of the cities where it's really trafficking is a big problem and how it starts with the youth of san francisco so we should be involved in raising the awareness. we should be involved in raising the awareness and finally, there's she presented the poster context called no one owns me. you can get the details at www dot sf.org
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>> so for almost the past year over thirty thousand edition have been using free muni to go to and from school everyday. they've be a youth lobby day on thursday because this pilot program should be continued and permanent because public transportation is a huge burden for a lot of the students and free muni helps out a lot. on top of that today superintendant & administrator assistant were awarded the accomodation award during the board of supervisors meeting by supervisor campos for helping us going through the process of free muni for youth.
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thank you. oh, and public council and everyone is welcome to come. if you want to speak contact our kwoefrt >> i'd like to take one group out of order. we've if you notice a lot of students in their caps and gowns and i want to take the 1 hundred percent preparing club out of order any objection. i understand you're the speaker for this group (clapping.) all right. you may approach the microphone (clapping.) two minutes >> i'm anton i'm in the 12
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grade i'm here for the change of 1 hundred percent we're here because african-american are more than 20 percent. more than 75 dispersing were latino or african-american students. the term used for 37 percent of the sews pensions are from leaving a hat on or ditching class. implement school discipline issues that are better for us pr use data on school disparity on the change in the school districts and there training and
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cultural competent to approach more appropriate discipline methods. and support the parents and others that have a support for students of color >> thank you (clapping.) thank you for coming and delivering our message this evening. >> p. all right. we'll move on now to item f. public comment oh, i'm sorry we have no pack report. so we're moving to f public comment on consent items i have
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one card from ms. susan solomon who wishes to comment an item k-2. ms. solomon you have two minutes >> can you tell me what item that is. president norton. and i looked at it oh, the reading partners >> that's what i thought. good evening board of education and superintendant. i probably thought i was going to talk about lay offs i'm going to - i have a couple of questions aboutrd partners. i was occurring whether this is during the structural day or i wanted to know it says it's
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retroactive it looks like it starred in september because of the language. that's all thank you >> thank you, ms. solomon. all right. i have no other cards on consent items so item g. may i hear a motion and a second for the consent calendar please. any items withdrawn or corrected by the superintendant >> yes. president norton one item to be corrected. correction to item c-33 resolution 130 dash 2229 on page 49 of your agenda. it says new academic campus the word demolition should be stricken >> i'm revved to know we'll not
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be diminishing our campus any items for first reading by the board. seeing none, any items severed by the board or for discussion and vote this evening? seeing none. roll call will be taken and when the vote takes place i will be abstaining on this following cue to the possibility of conflict of interest. i'm going to make this announcement i believe commissioner will be abstaining under 3 c-130-dash 2 it b-3 an boings due to a possible
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conflict of interest. all right. onto the item h. superintendents proposals we have 130 revision to policy 4040 employee harassment. that was moved and seconded already. could you provide us with therd of the resolution >> yes. thank you, president norton. superintendents proposal and revision of board proposal employees sexual harassment is that the board of education revises policy entitled employees sexual harassment >> thank you there are no public speakers signed up for this item. may i hear are there any comments from the board or
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superintendant >> i'll to put in an additional. one of the things that gets overlooked is a hostile workplace like photos that creates a hostile environment. my proposed language is roman numerical 2 under conduct to add workplace hostile environment is prohibited in person or other means of conversation or through virtually or media. the language accounts for an increasing trend in social media being used to harass people
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whether it's texted messages or povrts things of that nature. i want to make sure that the policy addresses some of the changing ways in which people have found to harass each other >> are you making a motion to amend the policy. >> yes. i'd like to ask the superintendant to adopt the amendment. >> slightly. >> all right. so that does not require a vote of the board. any other comments from board members. yes commissioner >> i want to thank the superintendant for bringing this forward and also the commissioner for her guidance on this. i know it's going gone to the boards committee many times. >> any other comments.
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seeing none, madam clerk, please call the roll. >> (calling names). >> i'm having leave attributable with hearing. i >> if you could speak in the microphone that would help. >> okay noted. >> commissioner norton. >> all right. we will now move into item i. can you hear me mrs. winn. all right. we're moving on to item i. in support of a policy allowing students to eat breakfast during
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the first class of the day it was moved and seconded on june neiman >> curriculum committee credit card this on october 7th and came with a arrived at the positive recommendation for approval. >> at the. now the resolution i would like to i'm the adult sponsor of this resolution but our former speths megan wong wrote this. i wanted to ask the student delegates to help me read this into the record >> okay. do i read the resolution number?
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i've never done this before >> i can start in port of the policy. in support of the policy allowing the students to eat the breakfast during the first class of the day. we need the brains fuel whereas breakfast provides energy to lead to concentration and helps the students ability to learn. whereas students who don't eat breakfast have a harder time. and on demanding mental tasks eating breakfast attribute to hire group intact and daily vitamin intact and better overall health.
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and whereas school breakfast helps the learning environment and a whereas currently 7 high school schools they serve breakfast for students who come to more than class >> and whereas u.s. f d the department department of agriculture and the reimbursement is based on the number of breakfast and multiplied by $1.50 for free meals and $1.25 and whereas in the year of 2010 to 11 there were 33 thousand 1 hundred and 29 low income students only 29
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or 15 percent participated. the school participation was much higher 19 thousand plus students who were allowed to eat breakfast would be likely it there the number of low income students in the program. therefore be it resolved that the board of education requests the superintendant to explore developing a plan for all students to finish or eat their breakfast at the beginning of the school day and we have one speaker ms. signing solomon you have 2 minutes >> thank you susan exclusive
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vice president. i think this is a great idea. it will help you never skip breakfast as some of you know. i taught kindergarten and this is helpful. some extra assistance in keeping the classrooms clean would help and teachers are keeping food in their classrooms and they get problems with rod dents. and having the correct complainers so if there can be some way of making sure everyone gets some help in the classrooms for keeping it clean. and at the for this resolution >> thank you, ms. solomon. >> i neglected to call on ms. o'keef any comments you want to
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make about this request before we move into any discussion. >> thank ou good evening. no, just to say we're excitedblast about this resolution and we look forward to working with the staff and our union partners to figure out the details and come back to the board. we have grab and go breakfast so we think that having this opportunity will help participation and we have a breakfast expansion grantee elementary level with different schools our second chance breakfast. so thank you >> thank you. any comments from board members? did i lose >> i have some comments. >> wait i think we just lost quorum.
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in terms of go ahead >> first of all, i want to have my name added as a sponsor i'm extremely commented to this and it's important for our school nutrition program this is just in keeping iowa we want to do and that will have a huge impact on students. it's been what i understand from talking to the student nutrition managers i appreciate what ms. solomon said but we haven't had a big problem this is a better way to address the issue of managing food in the classrooms it's a given period of time people clean up together so we need to pay attention to that but so far it's not a problem.
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i want my name on the resolution >> i'd be happy to add your name. >> thank you, president norton. i concur with the commissioners all of us should support this effort and at the for bringing this forward >> thank you. i just - is there any other comments from board members. >> i wanted to acknowledge the contributions of ms. lee and ms. wong. they referred to this resolution and brought it to me and they're the driving force behind it. i'm sorry they're not here but i know mr. seal you contacted them were you able to speak with them >> i spoke with wendy haven't
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been to corridor with megan yet. >> after conferring we having had a little bit of discussion about a timeline open the plan. after conferring with ms. o'keef i'd like to amend the resolution to have the plan brought to us by the end of this currency 13, fourteen school year so i want to amend the it received to have that added anyone want to second and any discussion on the motion. no? can he vote on the motion please
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(calling names) unanimous >> the amendment resolution we'll vote on i want to further request if we could have periodic units either in the curriculum i guess it make sense in the curriculum committee to have it there so dr. if you could put this on the agenda for the remainder of the school year about any issues putting this plan together. i think as ms. solomon said there's some issues we want to make sure we're moving forward in a way that make sense. so if that's okay to put it on the agenda >> on the committee. >> okay. great roll call please o